1:12 - Fall TV Guide
3:22 - Apple Event Announcement / iPhone 5 / iOS 6
12:35 - New iPods?
15:29 - iPad Mini?
23:58 - Apple HDTV News
40:25 - Is iOS Getting Stale?
54:44 - Hacks steal Apple UDIDs
1:07:52 - App of the Week - Virtual DJ
This week Apple delivers word of its next big product launch, which of course is next week. Smart money is the next iPhone and it will be called iPhone 5. Also we might get a refresh of iPods, but what about the iPad mini? Plus some scuttlebutt about Apple TV. Also is iOS getting stale, or are mobile users just spoiled? Lastly we talk a little about the release of 1 million stolen Apple UDIDs by hackers.
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- Released Apple UDIDs
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